As the name suggests, the low-fat dairy products are the products made from milk which has less fat. Some of the low-fat dairy products include skim milk, cheese, yogurt and ice cream.
New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/10/2017 -- North America and Europe are the dominant regions in the global low-fat dairy product market due to high consumption of low-fat dairy products in these regions. It is anticipated that APAC, Latin America and MEA regions are likely to witness strong growth in the low-fat dairy product market during the projected period.
Increasing awareness about health benefits related to low-fat dairy products among the global population is expected to propel its demand across the globe. People all over the world are becoming more heath conscious and choosing healthy diet options to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Low-fat dairy products are one of the sources of nutrients which are required to maintain good health. Rising number of obese population which is moving to a healthy lifestyle is creating a positive impact on the global low-fat dairy product market. Increasing investment in dairy research and science is boosting product innovations and helping develop new products in the low-fat dairy product market. This particular factor is creating a robust development in the global market of low-fat dairy products. Being one of the important low-fat dairy products, there is a lot of development in the expansion of the yogurt food industry which is indirectly boosting the global low-fat dairy product market. Development in retailing infrastructure drives the consumption of low-fat dairy products which is fueling the growth of the global low-fat dairy product market. High disposable income is equally contributing to the progress of the global low-fat dairy product market.
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Safeguarding the original organoleptic properties such as taste, texture, look and smell of low-fat dairy products is a huge challenge for manufacturers. During the fat separation procedure, the taste, texture or flavor of the milk is likely to be affected adversely. Ultimately the taste and flavor of the final product can also be affected. For instance, the taste of low-fat cheese is much different after removing the fat and excess sodium. This particular factor is hampering the growth of the global low-fat dairy product market.
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Amul, Danone, Dairy Farmers of America, Megmilk Snow Brand Co. Ltd, Fonterra Co-Operative Group Limited and Arla Foods Amba are some of the key manufacturers of low-fat dairy products across the globe.